Havertz PK motion makes me dissatisfied Bellingham
Havertz PK motion makes me dissatisfied Bellingham if you kick it so slowly
Jude Bellingham was unhappy with the decision to re-declare the penalty (PK).
Dortmund lost 0-2 to Chelsea in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16 in the 2022-23 season at Stamford Bridge in London at 5:10 a.m. on the 8th (Korea Standard Time). As a result, Dortmund failed to protect their 1–0 victory in the first round and lost 1–2 on aggregate.
The game was led by Chelsea. Chelsea have tormented Dortmund’s defense, with Raheem Sterling, Kai Havertz and Jo펠리o Felix leading the attack. In particular, the three players caused confusion in Dortmund’s defense through continuous switching play. It also constantly dug into the wide backspace and hindered line control on the defensive line.
In the end, Dortmund gave up the first run. Sterling caught Ben Chilwell’s cross from the left side at the gate in the 43rd minute of the first half. One shot failed, but he allowed the first goal by allowing a second shot while concentrating.
As soon as the second half began, bad news occurred. In the second half of the second half, Chilwell’s cross hit Wolf’s hand. The referee confirmed the video reading (VAR) and declared the PK. Havertz shot as a kicker, but failed to score as he missed the post.
However, the referee ruled PK again. The reason is that Dortmund players went into the penalty box first just before Havertz kicked PK. In the end, Havertz tried PK again and widened the score gap by showing a clean finish. Dortmund tried to score with Jamie Baino Gittens and Don Yell Maren, but eventually fell to their knees 0-2.
After the game, Bellingham swallowed his disappointment. “I’m not sure what Wolf could have done with his hands,” Bellingham told BT Sport. “It was disappointing in itself, and I thought it was a joke that they were kicking the PK again,” he said, adding that the decision was incomprehensible 토토사이트추천
He also complained about Havertz’s PK motion. If you kick slowly, the defensive players have no choice but to go into the penalty box. Bellingham said: “If you run at such a slow pace, you’ll be violated by people jumping into the penalty box. But this is the game. The judges made a decision, and we had to live with it,” he sighed.
Coach Edin Terzic also did not cheat on his disappointing feelings. “I’ve decided how many inches will go to the next round,” he said. We are responsible for our team’s performance. I don’t want to talk about referees. “It was a tight decision, and I think it was a harsh decision,” he bowed his head.